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Transmitting Genital Herpes

Transmitting Genital Herpes

Transmitting genital herpes is possible through a sexual contact; a colposcopy exam cannot detect the virus; if you take a natural remedy, it will lessen the outbreaks. It can take from two weeks to three months after exposure to HSV for antibodies to be detected in the blood. There is a blood test for discovering the virus though blood test detects the antibody to the virus, not the virus itself. Transmitting genital herpes is possible through a sexual contact; a colposcopy exam cannot detect the virus; if you take a natural remedy, it will lessen the outbreaks.

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Transmitting Genital Herpes

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Colposcopy, a natural remedy

If taken within 24 hours after symptoms begin, acyclovir makes the virus outbreaks shorter and less severe. Acyclovir can be taken the first time you get the virus and during later outbreaks of the virus and other drugs can be used for later outbreaks. The virus is usually treated with antiviral drugs such as acyclovir and valacyclovir. Transmitting genital herpes is possible through a sexual contact; a colposcopy exam cannot detect the virus; if you take a natural remedy, it will lessen the outbreaks.

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Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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